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RE: What’s with the bags?

I believe they're meant simply as an indication that the vehicle has a mechanical problem, not that it's been abandoned for no reason. Sort of like saying "Car trouble, will be back to take care of it soon."Yeah that makes sense… thanks!
John & Christine 02/25/22 06:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: What’s with the bags?

Ah ok… interesting… all the vehicles I saw were empty and no one around.
John & Christine 02/24/22 07:04am Around the Campfire
What’s with the bags?

So I traveled through South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina these past few days. I noticed that the vehicles that have broken down and were in the breakdown lane… most if not all had bags, or towels in there doors. Can someone tell me why?
John & Christine 02/23/22 08:24am Around the Campfire
RE: Certified RV inspector Daytona area..

I used NRVIA, just search the area you are interested in. We used them twice with a detailed report and pictures. Would use them again. BobThanks Bob!
John & Christine 12/27/21 04:29pm General RVing Issues
Certified RV inspector Daytona area..

Can someone recommend a certified RV inspector in the Daytona Beach area? Preferably someone that you or someone you know has used. I can find plenty but would love a recommendation. Me checking it out myself is out of the question as I’m about 1500 miles away. Thanks
John & Christine 12/26/21 08:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Where to look for used RV's?

Since your info says you live in Milford, and there are something like 27 Milford's in the US, you might not be reasonably close -- but PPL Motorhomes in the Houston area is a large broker of used motorhomes. Might be worth a try.I will check em out. I’m looking nationwide right now.
John & Christine 12/19/21 12:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where to look for used RV's?

You could look into the RENTAL MARKET there you will find something newer and a decent budget range,well maintained and solid. More than 140 members here have made that choice and are happy with it. It is a long thread but very informative. I wish you Good Luck in your search.Good lead… Thanks everyone!
John & Christine 12/19/21 09:53am General RVing Issues
Where to look for used RV's?

I know about RVT but are there any other places or services worth looking at to find a used RV? Thanks!
John & Christine 12/19/21 07:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Suggestions for a shorter 5’ver…

You didn't ask for 1/2 ton tow-able, but that's where you will find what you are looking for. Here are some great examples: Brochure hitch weights are for entertainment purposes only... Reflection 150 Series 268BH - single wide rear bunks UVW: 7,893 lbs | GVWR: 9,995 lbs | Hitch Weight: 1,268 lbs | Length: 31'11" Reflection 150 Series 278BH - double wide rear bunks UVW: 8,345 lbs | GVWR: 10,195 lbs | Hitch Weight: 1,321 lbs | Length: 32'11" Reflection 150 Series 280RS - rear tri-fold soafa, but 30" 11" long UVW: 8,566 lbs | GVWR: 10,995 lbs | Hitch Weight: 1,384 lbs | Length: 30'11" https://www.granddesignrv.com/showroom/2021/fifth-wheel/reflection-150-series/floorplansGrand Design has some great models and where I’m leaning at this point. Thanks
John & Christine 11/22/21 03:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Suggestions for a shorter 5’ver…

Thanks for the responses everyone.. appreciate it. Keep em coming if you don’t mind.
John & Christine 11/22/21 03:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Suggestions for a shorter 5’ver…

OP...it just is not going to fit in the 30' or less! Bunks-not likely higher end-less than 30'...nope 4-season...maybe so called, not truly You need to get into a mid-size, closer to 35', to check most boxes. JerryFound this at 31’ https://www.granddesignrv.com/showroom/2021/fifth-wheel/reflection-150-series/floorplans/268bh
John & Christine 11/22/21 10:43am Fifth-Wheels
Suggestions for a shorter 5’ver…

Looking at 5th wheels. We are a family of 4 that doesn’t need a ton of space. Mom, dad and 2 teen boys. We are all well experienced campers. We’ve owned a few 5th wheels in the past. I’ve been looking around for a 5th wheel that fits our needs but just want to see if anyone has any suggestions. Here’s our criteria below in no particular order. Thanks Around 30’ or less… we’re limited to this size because of the amount room in our driveway. We have a lot of vehicles. Bunks… we just like a bunk model for the kids. Higher end brand…. Don’t mind paying a few $$ for something of better quality. Four season if possible… Weight not a factor. We’re going to buy our TV after the RV.
John & Christine 11/22/21 06:27am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rv specific soap and waxes

I really like Zipwax by Turtlewax.
John & Christine 11/08/21 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quality Hybrid Manufacturers

Thanks for everyone’s response. I’m just kinda surprised that they are not as popular as they once were. I’ll check out the ones you all suggested. Thanks for the response.
John & Christine 11/04/21 03:03pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
Quality Hybrid Manufacturers

I’ve been out the hybrid expandable scene for a while. Had a 2012 Jayco that we really liked. It looks like they are out of them now. Who are the quality manufacturers of hybrids nowadays?
John & Christine 11/03/21 10:05am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for new motorhome…

I would look at Super C's. The Dynamax Isata 5 30FW would be a good choice. You can get it in 4 wheel drive, which would give you the clearance for rougher roads.Great suggestion. More than I wanna spend but I’ll take a look.
John & Christine 10/29/21 05:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for new motorhome…

Give the state of poor quality control I believe a good used RV would be the best bang for the buck. If I were buying new I would look carefully at: http://www.lazydaze.com/I totally agree and we actually had decided on a mid bath however when I called to give my deposit I was advised that the delivery date was about 2 years out.
John & Christine 10/26/21 01:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for new motorhome…

Thanks for the replies everyone. The boys would do fine on a couch and an bunk over a cab. But they can’t sleep in the same bed for sure. They are brothers and love each other but I’m sure they would be beating each other up in their sleep. So a good size couch and the bunk over the can would be perfect. We need at least a queen bed. Tents are not an option because we overnight in a lot of truck stops and rest areas.
John & Christine 10/26/21 01:55pm General RVing Issues
Looking for new motorhome…

I’m just looking for some guidance here and appreciate some suggestions. Be patient with me here… I’m going to go into a bit of detail because I think it may help you all help us. Were a family of 4… Mom & Dad and 2 teen sons ages 15 & 17. We’re an adventurous family that does a lot of hiking, fishing, mountain climbing, boondocking and stuff like that. We tend to put a lot of miles on our trips going to a lot of National Parks and areas that have roads that are not well maintained. Also, my 2 sons are wrestlers and we go to a lot of events around the country. Here’s what we’re looking for… Probably a Class C but open to B+ or A. Would like at least a queen bed for us and 2 other comfortable sleeping areas for the kids. A comfortable jackknife couch and a over the cab bunk would be good. As would a queen with 2 bunks. Would like a slide to add some room. A coach that could not necessarily go off road but one that is ok going down long gravel or unimproved roads. We would like a decent quality rig but our budget is around $100,000-$120,000. We need to be able to sleep turtled up but the kicker is… we need to be under 28’. Would prefer a new unit but not opposed to a used coach a few years old. So, one that fits our needs is the Jayco 25R Class C. We’ve had Jaycos in the past and we’re happy with them. So if your still here thank you. I just wanted to reach out and see if there is another brand and model we should look at?
John & Christine 10/25/21 09:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: 4x4 Class C ?

Have you looked at Phoenix Cruiser? Some of these floorplans might fit your specifications. All of the Phoenix RV's seem to have a 4x4 option. https://www.phoenixusarv.com/learn-more-about-the-phoenix--cruiser#floorplans-rowIll check em out… might have to get creative with sleeping but definitely a quality coach.
John & Christine 10/21/21 06:11pm Class C Motorhomes
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